NEWSLETTERS

  • What Eugene Fama’s 2013 Nobel Prize Means to You – Financial markets seem to be more confusing than ever. A valid question is, “do they need to be?” A significant announcement was made recently, about a 2013 winner of the Nobel Prize in Economics. A University of Chicago professor, Eugene Fama, was awarded the Nobel Prize for his work regarding the ‘Efficient Markets Hypothesis’ ...
  • Pay Attention – March 15, 2013 – The outlook for relying on social security and government sponsored healthcare is not encouraging (entitlements are not affordable). This leaves retirees to rely on their personal savings. Managing a portfolio does not have to be as complex as some firms like to make it.
  • The Three C’s of Wealth Distribution Planning – March 15, 2013 – There are three, and only three, possibilities of what will happen to the wealth you have accumulated, and they all begin with the letter “C”.
  • The Stock Bond Decision – September 28, 2012 – Investing can be very confusing. Sometimes breaking things down to their simplest terms can be refreshingly simple.
  • Planning for Extended Care – September 13, 2012 – If you are getting older, (or know someone that is), most people considering the possibility of extended care are contemplating the wrong issues. Read on to uncover the right issues.
  • Navigating Structured Products – August 25, 2010 – Structured Notes are a signature Wall Street product. Are they good for you? Or are they good for Wall Street?
  • The New Way to 401(k) – Let’s start with a simple fact. There is a retirement crisis in America, and the statistics are grim. According to the Center for Retirement Research, 62% of private sector employees had a defined benefit pension plan in 1983. In 2010, that number was 19%.
  • Will Your Money Be Safe When the Next Crisis Hits? – Over the last four years, the American financial system has lost several of their largest financial firms. In the wake of multiple crises, it is important to consider, “what have I learned?”
  • Hiring a Financial Advisor: Are You Acquiring an Asset or a Liability? – Great news is we are all living longer these days. But, many of us will not have enough money to retire comfortably. The need to invest wisely is more important now than ever.
  • Is Gold Worth Its Weight in a Portfolio? – Some proponents claim that gold deserves a significant weighting in most investors’ portfolios. Gold’s often-cited portfolio benefits include a strong long-term return, a hedge against inflation, and safe haven during turbulent times. But does the evidence build a case for holding gold as a separate asset class?
  • An Unholy Alliance: Government and Big Banks – Is the recent turbulence in the Financial industry unusual? Not really.

 

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